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Kelley Nassief

  • Soprano


Kelley Nassief press reviews

In its season finale, Da Camera sues for peace
"Soprano Kelley Nassief, sounding more like a mezzo-soprano, sang gloriously even and unmarred sound, enveloping warmth and that special ability to make drama solely through her voice."— Charles Ward, Houston ChronicleRelated Link
CSO takes 'transcendent' voyage
"Nassief, whose awards include winning the 1995 Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, projected a voice of beauty and power, easily able to ride the symphonic waves." Read More...— Janelle Gelfand, Cincinnati EnquirerRelated Link
'Elijah' Shines With Power, Compassion
"Soprano Kelly Nassief is a real find. With pin-point focus, her clear, bright intonation is radiant. Her aria 'Hear ye, Israel,' which begins the second half, is one of the highlights of the evening." Read More...— D. S. Crafts, Albuquerque Journal
"Kelley Nassief successfully essayed Donna Anna's full range of emotions through her exceptionally fine soprano - bell-like in its clarity at the top, richly textured in its mid-range." [DON GIOVANNI - Atlanta Opera]— Atlanta Journal-Constitution
"Nassief's intonation was rock-solid, her voice big and limber with plenty of dramatic color and flair. But the crowd was won over as much by her acting as her lush sound. One felt her pain and humiliation as her husband plotted to seduce Figaro's fiancee, Susanna." [LE NOZZE DI FIGARO - Arizona Opera]— Tucson Citizen
"Yet just when one was willing to blame every singer's vocal problems on the 4,500 seat Fox, an acoustical black hole, along appeared soprano Kelley Nassief as the selfless slave girl Liu. Nassief projected cleanly, in radiant, endearing tones, the ideal match between singer and role." [LA TURANDOT - Atlanta Opera]— Atlanta Journal-Constitution